The Long Beach rapper’s fifth album finally closes the casket on his scarring past.
The West London export returns to form on his third mixtape, a showcase of organic drill and indelible bars that justify the hype.
Pusha T’s pot is still scorching hot, poised as an autonomous victor on his fourth studio album, It’s Almost Dry.
The Birmingham rapper’s second mixtape feeds the nation’s hunger for street sermons, offering a candid look into his life.
Denzel Curry shifts from explosive to existential on his fifth studio album, the Floridan’s most realised work so far.
The nation’s two most revered trappers combine for an appetising mixtape synonymous with their respective styles and origins.
Over a decade since he began releasing music, South London’s Youngs Teflon releases a career highlight.
Two notorious West Coast hustlers rekindle a regional sound proving they’re cut from a different cloth.
Rosalía elevates experiments on her third studio album Motomami, traversing through different genres from flamenco, dark pop to reggaeton.
The highly anticipated major label debut by the Buffalo heavyweight proves that slow and steady wins the race.
Buffalo’s golden boy releases the highly anticipated sequel to the series that helped elevate his art to the masses.
On his debut album, Kojey Radical brings heart, spirit and ambitious blends to challenge traditions of UK hip hop.